Just in time for the upcoming festive season, the Courtyard by Marriott Bangkok recently unveiled its newly renovated property after undergoing an extensive makeover. The hotel is aiming to give its guests fresh holiday experiences with a contemporary flair while they retain a link to Bangkok city life.
With a strong emphasis on sustainability, this newly renovated hotel has received recognition for its commitment to waste minimisation and ecologically conscious operations from two esteemed organisations. The hotel has received two designations -- a Gold Level Green Hotel for 2023 from Thailand's Department of Environmental Quality Promotion; and an All-Star Level from the Pledge on Food Waste.
With a short walk to the skytrain and shopping venues, the public areas embrace a novel interior idea of "guiding stars" to create a deep link between the property and local culture. All 314 rooms and two suites have been redesigned with the "Touch of Nature" concept to create a cosier ambiance, while natural design elements like trees, leaves and stones are used along with earthy tones to exude calm.
Comfortable king or twin beds, refreshing rain showers, tea and coffee makers, and USB ports will all encourage guests to relax and feel completely renewed. They will also remain linked to the outside world thanks to high-speed Wi-Fi, huge LED TVs and international power outlets.
"We are delighted to reveal the results of our successful transformation. This important project has not only raised the standard of our facilities and experiences; it has done so in a way that is natural, sustainable and inspiring. Our modern design evolution puts people first and aims to enhance the well-being of our guests and associates alike," said Joshua Lee, the hotel's general manager.
Also, the Erawan Sky is designed to be a brand-new multipurpose space that can hold up to 50 people for exclusive meetings or small, private gatherings. Modern lighting and sound systems have been added to the Erawan conference room, which also boasts a private bar, lounge space, a massive 98-inch LED television and state-of-the-art sound equipment.